100m from the castle of Saint Fargeau,
FIVE very spacious rooms and suites, the lovely priest's garden and an excellent and generous breakfast await you.
Nestled in the heart of the delightful historic village of Saint-Fargeau, at the foot of the listed 15th century church, and surrounded by the peaceful gardens of the area, Jeanne d'Arc House is a very comfortable, discreet and refined residence. Photos, books and souvenirs reinforce the charm and character of this address.
One is struck by the absolute silence barely disturbed by the bells of the mastiffs. Excellent and generous home-made breakfast served in the dining room or sometimes in the garden.
Rent the house as a whole or as a bed and breakfast.
The house belongs to the memory of the village.
It was home to the famous Joan of Arc, then to Mother Boutevilain, a coal and candy merchant. Carefully restored 5 years ago by Noémi Brunet, the Maison Jeanne d'Arc happily welcomes you to share a convivial and timeless moment under the mocking eye of its big chocolate labrador named Henri.
Welcome to you!
Jacques Cœur Room
Located on the first floor, your magnificent double room with its classical decoration, is spacious with a breathtaking view through two large windows opening to the south, on the old roofs of the village, on a cascade of gardens, and on the tower known as "Jacques Coeur" of the castle of Saint-Fargeau.
Mouki Blue Mini Suite
Located on the first floor, a pretty little room (17 m2) painted in English blue is equipped with a single bed (90 x 200), ideal for a child.
Opening to the south, it is the antechamber to the large double bedroom with its very old timber-framed walls and lime plaster. It is equipped with a 180 x 200 bed which can be separated into two beds on request.
Rose Calamine Suite
Located on the first floor, access to this beautiful bedroom with four-poster bed is from the landing and then through a bright corridor that leads to a first bedroom equipped with two twin beds 90 x 200.
This communicates with a very large four-poster room which opens to the south through two large windows with a view of the listed 15th century church and the trees in the grounds of the Château de Saint-Fargeau.
Joan of Arc Suite
Located on the ground floor of the house, independent of the main house, this cosy family suite is accessed directly through the covered passageway. The entrance hall leads to the two bedrooms and the lovely bathroom.
The largest room has three large windows facing south onto the listed 15th century church square.
Located on the first floor in the small outbuildings at the end of the garden, the Josephine room is a small suite accessible by a charming old rustic staircase
The large room is bright, refined and very comfortably furnished.
The Treasure Tower
Sleeping in the heart of the castle of Saint Fargeau in the Treasure Tower
Wonderful view of the park
Two large rooms make up the flat, with Versailles parquet flooring and 18th century woodwork.
Suite aux Losanges
Located in the Maison des Charmilles, which adjoins the Maison Jeanne d'Arc, this family suite is composed of two rather atypical bedrooms, one on the ground floor and the other on the mezzanine, and a bathroom. It can accommodate 4 people. Access is via the small garden on the church square. On the ground floor, you will be able to enjoy the large common room where you can have breakfast together.
Located in the Maison des Charmilles, which adjoins the Maison Jeanne d'Arc, this family suite is on the first floor, above the entresol. It is served by an independent entrance at the end of a narrow medieval alley. A beautiful staircase leads to a small landing which opens onto two bedrooms and a bathroom with toilet.
The house in gite formula
The house is ideal for family reunions, birthdays, small weddings with friends, or a reunion with friends.
Located in a village of character at the gateway to Burgundy,
in Puisaye-Forterre, just 2 hours south of Paris, surrounded by green, wooded, game-filled and hilly countryside, your guest house is a secret address hidden in the heart of the historic village of Saint-Fargeau in the Yonne.
Joan of Arc House is less than two minutes' walk from the Château de Saint-Fargeau, and 15 minutes' drive from the major tourist sites of Ratilly and Guédelon castles, the château's educational farm, and Colette's birthplace at Saint-Sauveur.
The vineyards of Sancerre, Irancy, and Chablis can be the subject of a stopover excursion
to discover Vézelay or Ancy le Franc in the heart of Burgundy.
The house in gîte formula
Ideal for getting together with family or friends, at the gateway to Burgundy, 2 hours from Paris, between Sancerre and Chablis, in the land of Colette and the châteaux!
Situated 100 m from the castle and the shops, in the heart of the charming historic village of Saint-Fargeau, this house is charming. Carefully restored while respecting its originality - it was a modest inn until the end of the 1950s - it now exudes conviviality with its discreet, warm and refined décor. Situated at the foot of the church, this building dating from the Middle Ages has kept its corbelling. Beyond its small garden, it contemplates the church square, the towers and the park of the thousand-year-old castle.